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look to people like anne campbell, our superintendent and to cheryl there to educate us and i said this morning "i am interested what we can do as a district attorney's office to help , what we can do to help" because we recognize we're not experts. we have an expertise in certain areas dealing with consequences and accountability and we're good with that. when it comes to soft power with great collaboration we can have a support role and provide to our educators and experts what exactly can we do to assist you getting to the end that everybody talked about today and that's the only different take we would have. >> great thank you. [applause] i would like to say we need to wrap up. we have a late start and need to keep moving. i would like to say what struck me today that even though teachers and principals are in school all day addressing those things in the hallways and they're not here. we have school people but they're not the ones on the ground but i think they would be thrilled to know that the people in this room that represent law enforcement -- i think i saw someone fr
campbell, another struggling to accept her loss. >> we cannot believe this has happened. such a hard worker in everything she did. it does not make any sense. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> what kind of daughter was sheet? >> she was the best. we could not ask for a better daughter. >> police believed the bombs were in a domestic pressure parker, a technique that has been used in iraq and afghanistan. explosives are placed inside and the ball bearings and nails are placed around the explosive and the list is put back on. the bomb goes off, it causes maximum devastation. police believe the parts were put into a backpack, a backpack was left on the ground, and the suspect walked away. president barack obama will travel to boston on thursday for a service to remember the victims. he says this was an act of terror but americans cannot be terrorized. >> what we don't yet know is who carried out this attack or by, whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization foreign terrorist ofanizationor was the act a malevolent individual. >> the fbi is asking people in the boston area if th
short. 29-year-old krystel campbell, the restaurant manager went to the marathon to take at that picture of her friends's boyfriend crossing the finish line. hundreds of neighbors remember martin richard with boundless energy and infectious smile that would simply light up a room. >> this was a devastating tragedy. to have it happen so close to home. so close you could actually hear the bang. that is too close to home. >> although it was shocking as you can see here tonight it really rally ad strong community together. >> it is kind of uplifting to see the whole park full and all of the community spirit of people wanting to be together to support each other but also so that the family knows how much support they have. everyone knows them. everybody loves them. it is just unthinkable such, you know, anybody's little boy was our little boy. bill: also through her own tears, patty campbell the mother of krytel. mother remembers a daughter taken too soon. >> i remember, everybody that knew her, loved her. she used to -- had a goal. who couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this
about their loss. 29-year-old crystal campbell was a manager at a restaurant in boston. >> we are heartbroken at the death of our daughter. she was always smiling and friendly. you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this is happening. >> martin richard was 8 years old. he and his family were watching the runners finish. a third victim is believed to be a student from china. that person's name has not been released at the family's request. >>> chinese war ships patrolled waters near the disputed islands in the east china sea on wednesday, reportedly as part of an exercise. the senkaku islands are controlled by japan by claimed by china and taiwan. the vessels enter the waters on tuesday night and stayed until just before dawn the next day after conducting drills in the western pacific. they practice inexpecting and seizing suspicious vessels. a senior fleet officer was quoted as saying the islands are an integral part of chinese territory. and it is justifiable for the navy to navigate in the waters around the islands and that there is no cause for criticism. c
of the three victims who died last night. a vigil for 8-year-old martin richard. krystle campbell the 29-year-old restaurant manager is being remembered. as well as a chinese graduate student from boston university who was watching the race with friends. >> a massachusetts official tells use that authorities believe they have identified a suspect and an abc station in boston is reporting a suspect has been arrested but that is not confirmed by abc7 news. the grieving continues in boston with president obama and the first lady heading here tomorrow for a memorial in on of victims. >> thank you. the bay area boy injured in the boston bombing is involving from a new round of surgery today. the 11-year-old aaron hern was there to cheer on his mother running in the marathon. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard is in martin news. >> the community is rallying behind his family. >> it is amazing the love and support that martinez is showing for the 11-year-old aaron hern who is recovering at this hour in boston. this restaurant, one of three restaurants holding fundraisers for his family, i spoke with
will cry and then the other one will. it is heartbreaking. victims have been identified. krystle campbell was one of those killed. her mother paid tribute to her. >> i cannot leave this has happened. she was such a hard worker in everything she did. >> boston is a city that mourns for its dead. tomorrow, president obama comes to sharon agreed, and to reassure a nation shaken by the attacks on the marathon. >> a busy day in the investigation where we do seem to have fixed the sound problems that we have with boston. lord trevelyan is there. we have been getting conflicting reports -- laura trevelyan is there. we have been getting conflicting reports. describe for us what we know and what we do not know. time, thereoint in are two things we know. boston police and the fbi have said that no arrests have been made in connection with this case. and we also understand that a press conference with information from the police and the fbi was do about half an hour ago, but was postponed. that is due this evening. those are the two things we know. the rest of the realm of speculation and contradict
campbell for your mentor ship and my colleagues and coen and i thank you. (applause) thanks for mayor of san francisco, edwin lee and the board of supervisors these are all people who not only believes in wrap around but put fining behind it and in fact it cost so much in the way of resource to save one person in violate injury but it's the less than the cost of resid victim and so i want to thank aum you have in the name of hope and belief in our communities for allowing us to do this work and continuing and to kaiser meta fund and at&t those who have believed in us and finally, i want to thank my valentine scot lord because everyday is valentine's day with you. thank you. (applause) . . >> our final award will be pretend by the executive vice president of group lead social responsibility union bank.. >> well good morning everyone it's great to be here to see all of you and hear some of these ininspiringing stories from yawn and david and certainly listening to the moving transcribe beauty begin by row chyle and i the privilege of introducing two extraordinary individuals and it
campbell, and a third identified, a native of china. >> thanks to brian for that. a program note. in our east coast broadcast we used a video excerpt that was not related to the explosion of the fertilizer plant of west, texas. that was immediately addressed and corrected. we thank you for watching abc news. tune into "good morning america" for all the latest. good nig ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean,
campbell and richard martin were killed. >> reporter: good morning, richard. let's talk about the investigation first. the authorities have been vesting photographs, images from anybody in the public. it appears that is now paying off, perhaps the most successful images coming from a security camera at lord & taylor across the street from the finish line. but those images show what appears to be somebody taking duffel bags and placing them at the spot where the bomb exploded. so there's a major focus of attention on those pictures trying to analyze them to see if they can then lead to who may indeed be a suspect. meantime, as you mentioned the president will be making a visit here to boston for an interfaith memorial service. the president will be joined here by so many bostonians. of course, one of the concerns, security has, because it's another large gathering if somebody would have tried to do something. they've told folks if they're gathering, they may not bring bags, backpacks. they should come with a few things, maybe a phone in their hand, but not much more. that's 11:
recovering from injury and tears for the three people who died, 29-year-old krystle campbell, lu, a native of china and 8-year-old martin richard. tracy helped his younger sister who lost a young. >> if my daughter were injured like that, so badly injured and so scared but she was incredibly brave. >> sources tell use that the f.b.i. has images of two men both possible suspects. the best video comes from cameras at the lord & taylor store. >> there is video that has raised the question of those, the f.b.i. would like to speak with. we need the public's help in locating the individuals. >> f.b.i. agents are also processing hundreds of pieces of evidence including circuit borders, small nails and the remains of a pressure cooker bomb. >> it is extremely important to match the bomb to the bad guy. >> we are having audio difficulty. this little boy, aaron hern, we will talk about him right now. >> he was injured in the boston bombings and has taken a huge step forward is how the family described the recovery, dramatically improving according to his mother. he suffered a deep thigh wound and ot
to scare and shake the people of boston. good afternoon, i am john sasaki in for tori campbell. two days after the devastation in boston a explosion at a fertilizer plant in texas killed and injured many. it happened at a town near dallas. sal castaneda joins us with more. >> reporter: the explosion is blamed for the deaths of between 5 and 15 people according to authorities. the explosion's violent force was captured in this amateur video. watch closely as it quickly goes from bad to worse. >> -- sure the -- [ explosion ] >> officials say the explosion did not happen until nearly a half-hour after the initial fire. emergency responders already on the scene are among some of the missing feared dead. the scene is in the small community of west, texas, about an hour and a half south of dallas, it is near waco. the fertilizer plant had tank of anhad druse ammon ammonia, today the search continues. >> it is a slow methodical search and they are using every available resource they have to do that correct he and make sure we don't miss anything or anybody. >> today officials say the fire has
each other. i think that's what makes boston boston, you know? >> reporter: he knew crystal campbell, one of the three people killed in the attacks. some of the money from the t-shirts will go to her family who today met with president obama. >> your daughter crystal was always smiling. ♪ >> reporter: at the interfaith service, mayor thomas menino, recovering from a broken leg, personified his city as he stood to speak -- wounded but determined. >> because this is boston. a city with courage, compassion, strength that knows no bounds. >> reporter: you could see its strength in the arms that reached out to rescue and comfort. one man literally giving the shirt off his back during those first chaotic moments. in the hands that gave out food and wrote checks. when those arms grew weary -- ♪ o, say does that star spangled ♪ >> reporter: voices were raised in the city where the american revolution began. ♪ the land of the free >> reporter: the hub of america today is its heart. anne thompson, nbc news, boston. ♪ and the home of the brave >> on that strong note, that is our broad
. >>reporter: her gesture in memory of lindsay lu, crystal campbell and martin richard. >> 3 angels. if reaching up to the stars. >> memorial has grown significantly since this morning as people 10 to drop by and pay their respects. now everyone is just hoping that someone will recognize those 2 suspects. if you with like a closer look at the pictures just two to our web site. in boston, abc 7 news. >> the fbi has been inundated with calls ever since it released the image and increased traffic to the web site knocked it off license for a brief time this evening. 7 news reporter is here more with the investigatiofor us. >> the fbi took risk releasing the images presumably the 2 men in the video investigators are on to them but one law enforcement expert said it was a risk the fbi had to take. >> former fbi agent rick smith says investigators most likely turned up nothing when they circumstance lited these images within will you enforcement circle turning to the public was the logical next city. you tip off the people that they know they are being sought after but most important
bombings, good afternoon, i am mike in for tori campbell, the manhunt continues this hour as police search for 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, he is the youngest, they are brothers, 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev was shot and killed by police overnight. the majority of this manhunt is focused in watertown. we have team coverage for you, patti lee is in watertown, and we begin with jennifer davis, liver in boston where a shelt shelter in place was lifted 90 minutes ago. >> reporter: we are seeing more activity but this city still very much on edge. officials say they need a little bit more time as they continue to hunt for this suspect who they have not yet apprehended. police telling everyone to lock their doors and stay inside as a manhunt is underway for the suspect in the marathon bombing. >> asking people to shelter in place, in other words to stay indoors with their doors locked and not to open the door for anyone other than a properly identified law enforcement officer. >> the fbi releasing pictures of the suspects identified as brothers dzhokhar and tamerlan tsarnaev. they were spotte
the families of martin richard lindsey loop, campbell they are still pressing for healing and comfort martin lost his life on monday his mother and sister are still in the hospital. >> reporter: it is such a relief and they're glad that is all behind them. >> pam: >> reporter: dan fbi has put out the affirmation wanting to share using social media to get that image out there of what police were looking for. has the story unfolds the suspect was in custody, he was alive and it was very important the role that social media played in all of this. >> pam: since the boston bonds kron fu was there kron4 was there. >> reporter: fans outside the baseball game was defeated was unusual wines (laughter) >> safety first such a tragedy what happened in boston. >> >> reporter: canine units also keeping an eye on of foot traffic. the officers here are a little more visual tonight due to the issue's going on in boston. >> reporter: the fans prefer because they know that this is further own good. >> i told my grandson they have to check. >> reporter: if you plan on visiting a giants game in the near future y
of rejoicing let us not forget the family of the victims." richard, lou and campbell died in monday's bombings at the marathon finish line. more than 180 people were injured. 58 remain in the hospital. >>> a powerful earthquake killed dozens and injured more than 400 this southwest china. the quake was a 6.6 magnitude in the szechwan province. they report 32 deaths, but the number is expected to go much higher. it is a city with a population of 1.1 million. >>> the grim job of recovering those who lost their lives in the massive explosion in the town of west, texas continued today. as of tonight there are 14 confirmed fatalities with at least three people still missing. more than 200 have been injured. president obama has now pledged federal aid to the town where abc7 news reporter laura an thon thee continues to -- anthony continues to cover the story. she says people have not lost their spirit even after losing their homes. >> the inside is gone. the ceiling and the ininsulation is laying on the floor. >> are you lucky you got out? >> lucky for my wife. she was siting in the living room on t
of the victims." richard, lou and campbell died in monday's bombings at the marathon finish line. more than 180 people were injured. 58 remain in the hospital. >>> a powerful earthquake killed dozens and injured more than 400 this southwest china. the quake was a 6.6 magnitude in the szechwan province. they report 32 deaths, but the number is expected to go much higher. it is a city with a population of 1.1 million. >>> the grim job of recovering those who lost their lives in the massive explosion in the town of west, texas continued today. as of tonight there are 14 confirmed fatalities with at least three people still missing. more than 200 have been injured. president obama has now pledged federal aid to the town where abc7 news reporter laura an thon thee continues to -- anthony continues to cover the story. she says people have not lost their spirit even after losing their homes. >> the inside is gone. the ceiling and the ininsulation is laying on the floor. >> are you lucky you got out? >> lucky for my wife. she was siting in the living room on the couch. the ceiling fell on top of her. >
, for 29-year-old kris. camp krystle campbell, for bu grad student lingzi lu, and sean kohl years, the m.i.t. police officer shot and killed in his patrol car thursday night, just are 55 minutes before his shift would have ended. >> he was a great young man. he was wise beyond his years. his goal was always to become a police officer. >> reporter: his family writing our only solace is that sean died bravely doing what he committed to do, serving and protecting others." then there are those still fighting to survive. officials say 33-year-old transit officer richard donohue was shot multiple times during the gunfight with the tsarnaev brothers in watertown, tonight, in serious condition. liz norden's two sons each lost a limb near the finish line. >> it was a nightmare. it's running between two hospitals, trying to be each of them as sick as they are or hurt as they are, it's, i couldn't be in both places at both times. it's a nightmare. >> reporter: today, 31-year-old paul opened his eyes for the first time since he lost his leg. >> well, for a lousy situation, i just thank my lucky star
contact randy campbell at no graffiti network. he's been battling against coca cola and their graffiti stuff for years and years and years. he can tell you what kind of battle that is legally. so, it's kind of the side effect of living in a free country. >> awesome, thank you. i believe you had a question here. did you have your hand up? mine was a pretty good question. let's see what other answers we have. >> i'm the general services manager for our public works department which means i have 36 [speaker not understood] of program responsibility. and graffiti is the 36th. so, i really appreciate, especially dr. spencer and some of the other panelists who kind of help bring home some of the key points about how graffiti really is a gateway crime and how graffiti vandals escalate. and that's one, if any message i can take home, that's what i really want to so i thank you for that. omaha, nebraska. >> omaha, nebraska. you have one up there? >> i'm all done. >> do you have a question you wanted to ask? >> [speaker not understood]. >> we'll get to the sales pitches, okay. the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. ♪ [ male announcer ] sixty-two horsepower. fifty-three miles per hour. the gator rsx 850i. it's a whole new species of gator. >> the city of boston will never forget. this weekend, the community began the healing process, from an emotional opening at fenway park to a candlelight ceremony in honor of the m.i.t. police officer killed in the thursday night shootout, boston is making sure everyone knows, it's boston strong. we have more, live from massachusetts. >> reporter: hi, shannon. as dzhokhar tsarnaev was taken into custody and the spontaneous street celebration started, especially in water down, the people said they can now turn their attention to those who lost their lives and that's what happened last night, on the local bawl field with the candles lit, remembering the victims and turning their attention to the federal agents and local police officers who brought this to a resolution. another vimgil at the wilmington town common for the police
for krystle campbell. she will be laid to rest tomorrow. and here on the streets of boston, moment of silent will be held at:2:50 tomorrow afternoon, the moment the bombings took place a week ago. reporting rife in -- live in boston, abc7 news. >> any idea when investigators will be finished processing the crime scene? >> this is such a massive crime scene. they will be able to go in once the fbi deems it clear. we saw investigators who are going through it. once the fbi says, okay, the city of boston, you can have this back, there's a long process. they're going to have biohazard folks, environmentam testing, have to look at the structural damage done to building. especially near the bleachers. objects that's done they have to have dee debris removal come in and inspectors make sure they can sign off it and that's when businesses can return. >> thank you so much for that update. >> the mother of the to boston bombing suspects said she will never believe her boys planted deadly explosives and killed a police officer. >> but the most i need -- >> she spoh a reporter via telephone from russia.
campbell's wake. >> just terrible there's people that would, you know, show such little respect for life. >> reporter: prosecutors are expected to file charges against dzhokhar earlier this week. >>> governor duvall patrick has asked people in massachusetts to mark one minute of silence tomorrow at 2:50 in the afternoon, the time of the explosions. >> . >>> and across the atlantic runners in the london marathon remember the victims of the boston marathon bombings moment of silence and black ribbons paid tribute to the dead and injured before the race. there was more security but more crowds too. even prince harry said he wouldn't dream of canceling. >> it was never an option. >> 35,000 people took part in the london race. >> we will have continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings. >>> there are fewer air traffic controllers. furloughs kicked in as part of the federal spending cuts. how this may affect airport operation there is the bay area. >> reporter: if you fly you will soon foe that air traffic controllers have been furloughed. delays are expected to range from as l
mass to remember the victims. a wake was held for 29-year-old chris al campbell that will be laid to rest on monday. more than 50 people remain hospitalized. >> at mass, she credits her friend for saving her life and carrying her to safety. >> here on the streets of boston a moment of silence will be held at 2:50 tomorrow afternoon the exact moment the bombing took place. >> katie: boston officials are looking through surveillance video from the marathon. authorities are have not released but the 19-year-old dzhokar tsarnaev setting his backpack down and quickly moving away. police commissioner says they were probably planning more attacks. >> had other explosives. they detonated those explosives at the scene of the arrest and shootout in watertown. we feel they had plans to use those explosives. >> they say the brothers did not have permits to carry guns. police are not sure if either applied to own a gun. >>> in san francisco, 3,000 runners raced through the presidio during tight security. one of today's runners was at boston marathon. scott described what happened after he fini
bombing victims as friends and family gathered for the funeral of chris till campbell, a memorial service for the boston university grat student, lu link she. today massachusetts will hold a moment of silence at 2:50 eastern time the exact moment of the first explosion one week ago today. we have team fox coverage of attacks, with chief intelligence catherine herridge live in washington but we start with mike tobin is live in boston. mike? >> reporter: jenna, the latest information that certainly has a lot of people's attention is coming from, really poor sourcing i should say at the top of this. that is the information that possibly dzhokhar tsarnaev is coming back to consciousness and able to communicate with investigators. it all goes back to "usa today" report citing anonymous law enforcement source but if the information hashings out it is certainly significant, the fact he is able to communicate with investigators by writing. he can't speak because as you mentioned there is a gunshot wound either to the neck or jaw or both but he is able to write according to this report and the ans
] >> there was a brief funeral service for 29-year-old krystle campbell. she was one of three victims that died at the boston bombs. she was laid to rest outside of boston. the white house just announced that the lone surviving suspect, 19-year-old, dzhokhar tsarnaev, will not be charged as an enemy combatant. instead, he will be tried in the criminal court system. we also understand a brief court appearance before a federal magistrate this afternoon, while he was still in the hospital and he's also charged with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction and one count of malicious destruction of property. he can also face the death penalty if convicted as well. now, there's also questions as to what the fbi knew at the time and did the agency drop the ball so to speak. some lawmakers are looking for answers. >> exactly when did russia call to ask about this individual? what did he do when he went back for six months? did he sit in his aunt and uncle's home for six months or was he doing something else. when he came back to this country, why didn't it ring a bell with the fbi intelligence un
are inefficient or if the fbi failed. >> they have said farewell to krystle campbell. she was one of three people killed by the bombs. >> we will turn our attention to italy. eight weeks after the parliamentary election system without the government, politicians remain deadlocked. but they have for -- they have agreed on a president. >> he has been sworn in as the -- in an unprecedented second term. he will face the task of breaking the political standoff. >> he has come out swinging in a speech before lawmakers were he criticized politicians for not pushing through key reforms and urged them to put a deal on without delay. >> taking the oath of office in parliament again. it was an emotional moment for him. >> i stand here as someone who entered this house at the age of 28. and every day since have taken a step toward the development of democracy. >> napolitano had harsh words for the bickering politicians. he said their maneuvering had prevented crucial reforms. italy has not had a government for nearly two months now. he said it was high time for lawmakers to put aside their differences. many
a city that is very much grieving. we heard the reports about the funerals today for krystle campbell. today there is a memorial service for the 23-year-old graduate student from china who was at the marathon with a friend. ut it is still a very delicate situation. it is starting to get back to normal. boylston street is still closed to the public. it is due to reopen in the next 24 hours, initially businesses will be allowed back to reopen and i would imagine that we will see normality return here. >> david willis in boston. thanks very much. well, for more on the case against the bombing suspect goes from here i spoke a short time ago with pat who served as assistant attorney general for national security. using a weapon of mass destruction, what is the thinking behind that charge? >> well, it is a federal charge. they wanted the case to be in federal court where the death penalty was available to them. it is a common charge in terrorism cases. a weapon of mass destruction can be any explosive device and in this case they fit perfectly. >> he will be charged and tried in a federal c
. just updated these one of the warmest coming in the south bay in campbell 92, walnut creek 90, san jose 88. a lot of the heat was a result of dry winds coming out of the north. any on the leeward side of the mountains did have the most warming. you can see the winds right now fb 10 to 15 miles per hour. that is plo deucing some of the hottest weather right now down in the south bay and right near to peninsula, 90 degrees in sunny vel vil. the next 12 hours, smooth sailing, temperatures mid to upper 50s. a clear start tomorrow morning with fog free conditions. and as he head through ou tuesday forecast, temperatures slightly cooler. let's get out live to the hd sky camera, clear skies? san jose, a beautiful afternoon on this monday and we'll take you off to the north here in fremont. these hills were agree just a week ago but you can see with the lack of rainful here as the rain season is starting to end those hills are beginning to brown. across peninsula, haze zi in palo alto, right into san francisco, fog free at the golden gate bridge. our next biggest change on the who rye zon will
-year-old krystle campbell. >> the fact that someone from my community was touched by this event, it's touched everybody. there is nobody around here that it hasn't touched. >> reporter: on boylston street the spontaneous memorial, still growing, was moved as volunteers arranged flowers and signs in anticipation of the street's re-opening. when the fbi turned what had been the crime scene back to the city of boston. >> we want to try to carry on. we are a very strong city. we push forward. >> reporter: the city got back to work monday as well. public transit was fully up and running after friday's shelter in place order and thousands poured in as on any other weekday. >> people are a little quite, still a little melancholy, but people are getting back to their routines. >> reporter: over the weekend the boston bruins gave the jerseys off their backs to honor first responders. and at fenway park -- >> what an honor it is for me to be here today. >> reporter: neil diamond made a special appearance to lead the crowd in "sweet caroline." ♪ sweet caroline >> reporter: at hospitals, doze
el Último adiÓs a kristel campbell. la joven de 19Ños de edad que estaba en el punto de llegada que estaba en el maratÓn cuando perdiÓ la vida. tributo a laoven fue privado, c congregaron a las afueras de la iglesia. tratan de volver poco a poco a. homenajes como este en varios puntos de la ciudad. piden amor por boston. >>> a estas compaÑeras de trabajo les cuesta digerir lo sucedido. pasaron a mirar con nostalgia las flores y palabras de aliento que han dejado en donde se suponÍa debiÓ terminar el maratÓn >>> muy difÍcil, es bien difÍcil. uno estÁ trabajando, no se espera eso. >>> ambas trabajan en un restaurante en la cuadra donde explotaron las bombas y son los lunes y no estaba presente el trÁgico maratÓn, lo ocurrido la perseguirÁ cuando se presente a trabajar. >>> tengo mi hija que naciÓ aqÍi y todo tengo mi familia y eso no duele mucho. >>> en unos dÍas, la concurrida calle boston re abrirÁ, ambas pueden regresar a su trabajo y todo a una aparente normalidad para muchos en boston, la huella que ha dejado el ataque terrorista serÁ imposible de borrar. desde b
. and any way, i support the amendments and proposed by the (inaudible) yee and campbell. and the (inaudible) units are lost forever. we need to insure that the working class and low income tenants to have secure and affordable housing. >> the common conversion is set to combine the real estate speculation and being able to keep our neighborhoods safe from evictions. thank you very much. >> thank you very much >> next speaker. >> good afternoon, supervisors, my name is chris well burn and i live in district five and i am concerned about this legislation and it appears to be a solution for a few people that will effect thousands of san franciscoanand this is no way to address the policy or to solve the affordable housing shortages. and if you want to help, a few tic owners who are in financial trouble, well, how about helping the hundreds of home owners forcing foreclosure why leave them out. i want to keep my neighbors and friends, the wealth of the diversity in san francisco, and the seniors and lower income and the people who work here and the lower class folks and not ship them all out of
campbell, gathered for her funeral. we are also learning more about the 19-year-old accused of the bombings. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains in serious condition at this boston hospital. a federal magistrate judge read his rights. because of a gun shot wound to his neck, he can't speak. he nodded his head for yes, but spoke the word no when asked if he could afford a lawyer. he is being charged for using a weapon of mass destruction. he could get the death penalty. sources close to the investigation told the associated press, evidence suggests johar and his brother, tamerlan, were motivated by religion. adriana diaz, boston. >> there was a big smile on aaron hern's face. the 1 #-year-old martinez boy injured in last week's bombings. a's batting coach, first baseman, and right fielder stopped by to see how he's doing. the team said they want to honor aaron at a home game later this season. >>> aaron's classmates wanted to make sure he knows they've got his back. they sent him this get well video. his math teacher took her camera room to room with kids offering signs of encouragement. >>> canada h
others were involved. meanwhile, one victim, 29- year-old krystle campbell. was laid to rest today. and a memorial was held for the chinese graduate student, lu lingzi's. who was also killed. and of the victims still in the hospital, each is expected to survive. one of the younger victims of the terror attack -- a bay area boy - 11 year old aaron hern of martinez -- got a visit from some of his baseball heroes this morning. here's a photograph. it shows. oakland a's first baseman brandon moss, left fielder josh reddick and first base coach tye waller. all visiting with hern in the hospital. the a's are in boston to play a three- game series against the red sox. and stay with us as we continue to follow this developments out of boston. we'll bring you the latest updates here on kron 4. and on our website. kron4 dot com. canadian authorities say, two men were arrested and charged with plotting a terrorist attack against a canadian passenger train. intelligence officials in canada believe , al-qaida operatives in iran, gave direction and guidance to the two suspects. you see them gett
today found others. >> reporter: one week after the boston bombings, the first funeral. krystle campbell, just 29 years old, laid to rest. so many came to mourn her not everyone could get inside. there is much more mourning ahead for 8-year-old martin richard and 23-year-old lingzi lu. and sean collier. but today the more than 200 injuries are remembered as well like adrianne haslet the dancer from "the boston herald" the blast has torn off her foot. >> we sat up and i said, wait, my foot hurts. he held up my foot and we both screamed bloody murder. i didn't feel heat from it. i just felt air and fell to the ground. >> reporter: it's a huge loss for this ballroom dance instructor. but she hasn't lost her spirit. >> it's very sad and i absolutely want to dance again. >> reporter: adrienne is vowing not only to dance again but to run in next year's boston marathon. >> i'm so blessed. i'm so lucky. >> reporter: caitlin tate. her leg was badly damaged. this photo captures the moment caitlin's friend leo saved her life. >> when you look at that incredible picture of him carrying you away, wha
closures in contra costa county. that's one of the top stories. good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. >>> a fake tweet this morning briefly sends the stock market sharply lower. at 10:07 this morning, a tweet that appeared from "the associated press" said "breaking -- two explosions in the white house and barack obama is injured." the tweet was fake. the a.p. twitter account was hacked. the president's fine and there are no explosions. within minutes, the a.p. suspended its account. it released a statement saying the account had been hacked and the tweet about the white house was false. that's at about 10:12. between the hack statement and the tweet, the dow jones fell over 150 points. also markets went down. by 10:13, stock, bonds and crude oil were all trading before about where they were before the tweet. the dow is back up 123 points at 14,691. the nasdaq is up 30. s&p is up 13. >>> budget headaches strike again in contra costa county. four fire stations were shut down earlier this year and now two more could be on the chopping block. we mentioned the story on "mornings on 2" tod
. but 81 in san jose and 80 for concord. low 80's for los gatos, campbell, mountain view. mid 70's for hayward. fairfield, 82. dublin, 80. kentfield, you'll hit 75. sausalito, you will be cooler. saturday and sunday, more of the same. then we all get warm. how about close to 90 away from the water on monday? the water on monday? and we'll sunny and y alnext we, 3q lysol knows a real clean isn't just something you see. it's something you smell. lysol no mess automatic toilet bowl cleaner not only cleans your toilet with every flush, but also freshens your entire bathroom. so even in between deep cleans, it's as fresh as any room in your home. available in spring waterfall™, citrus, and lavender fids. for tips on a healthy home, visit >>> the bay area boy wounded in the boston bombing had a special visitor today. first lady michelle obama went to see aaron hern in the hospital. she brought him some stuffed toys and a medal from the president. the martinez sixth grader is recovering from a shrapnel wound to the leg. >>> when i'm lonely at night, i pop in
. confirmed killed is 29-year-old krystle campbell of medford mississippi. her mother could only choke out a few emotional thoughts about her daughter and the tragedy. >> i can't believe this is happening. such a hard worker at everything she did. just doesn't make any sense. >> 8-year-old martin richard was at the finish line with his family when the bombs went off and killed him. his schoolmates tried to remember and rekindle some of martin's spirit. >> we used to try to make a sad moment into a funny moment and make everybody happy again. this he can't because he passed away. >> while investigators say the bombs were made from pressure cookers filled with nails and shranpel they pressed for information. >> we're asking anyone who knows anything that indicated he or she may target the event to call us. someone knows who did it. >> authorities are repaired for photos and video in the most complex crime scene in the history of the boston police department. in boston tonight still shock and disbelief. kpix's ken is joining us now. >> reporter: hi, allen. you can see behind me they've set up
. hundreds lined up in medford, massachusetts for 29-year-old krystle campbell's wake. known for her big smile and love of family. >> just terrible. people would, you know, have little respect for life. >> reporter: prosecutors are expected to file charges against tsarnaev next week. >> $10 million has been raised on 1-fund boston. the site launched by the governor and the mayor here. >> what about the other suspect? more details how that older brother died? >> reporter: you know, he is still examined at the medical examiner's office. they have not announced what the cause of death was. but, watertown police told us in an attempt to get away the younger brother actual he ran over his older brother -- actually ran over his older brother. >>> across the atlantic, runners in the london marathon remembered the victims of the boston marathon bombings. a moment of silence and black ribbons on their shirt paid tribute to the dead and injured. there was more security but more crowds, too. even prince harry said he would not dream of canceling. >> it was, it was never an option. >> and, an esti
campbell gathered for her funeral. we're learning more the 19-year-old accused in the bombings. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains in serious condition at this boston hospital. a federal magistrate judge read tsarnaev his rights at his hospital bedside. because of a gunshot wound to his neck, he cannot speak. he nodded his head for yes, but spoke the word for no when asked if he could afford a lawyer. he is being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. he was also told he could get the death penalty if convicted. president obama called both the fbi and boston police to praise their coordination. live in boston, adriana diaz. back to you, juliette. >>> and there was a big smile on aaron hern's face today. ty brandon moss and right fi der reddstopped by to see how he was doing. aaron's classmates wanted to make sure he knows they've got his back. they sent him this get well video on youtube. the teacher took the camera room to room, with kids offering signs of encouragement. >>> it's no secret. san francisco has long struggled with t
prayers are with the campbell family of medford, they're here today. tear daughter, kr -- their daughter, krystle was always smiling. those who knew her that with her red hair anderer freckles and -- her freckles and with her ever-eager willingness to speak her mind she was beautiful. sometimes she could be a little noisy, and everybody loved her for it. she would have turned 30 next month. as her mother said through her tears, this doesn't make any sense. our prayers are with the lu family of china who sent their daughter to bu so that she could experience all that this city has to offer. she was a 23-year-old student far from home, and in the heart ache of her family and friends on both side of a great ocean we're reminded of the humanity that we all share. our prayers are with the richard family of door chester -- dorchester. to denise and their young daughter jane as they fight to recover, and our hearts are broken for 8-year-old martin with his big smile and bright eyes. his last hours were as perfect as an 8-year-old boy could hope for. with his family eating ice cream at a sportin
jonathan hillstrand and scott campbell junior. welcome to the show, guys. this is your ninth season. what's going to be different about this season compared to the last eight seasons? >> it gets crazier because the weather is worse than it's ever been and the crabbing is not very good. almost everyone has a meltdown where there's a fight and guys getting hurt. >> last year we didn't think it would get any worse. we were wrong. >> there's some injuries. >> we have an injury. if i wouldn't have caught it and is realized weight was, the guy would have lost his leg. >> you have to be like a psychiatrist. >> a girlfriend? >> part of this clip shows two guys -- it out. what does stuff like that happen? >>. >> you're out in the middle of the ocsea. you can't get away tr these guys. >> none of you can leave this room for three months, that's the way to explain it. >> we get it. point well made. do you guys still eat crabs? >> yeah. we enjoy it like everyone else. >> you have some newbies on the show the year. what is it like? >> i do my normal thing. they're the ones that have to worry. i know so
review. >>> a second victim has been identified, crystal campbell. in the last five minutes, we heard a graduate student in boston university is the third victim. still waiting for a name on that one. >> and an interfaith memorial service has been planned in boston for thursday. the white house says the president will attend. >>> tonight, boston's mayor says the city is strong. >> we are boston. we are one community and we will not let terror take us over. >> our bruce leshan is in boston tonight with more on the investigation. >> reporter: the investigation of what the boston police department calls its biggest, most complicated crime scene ever, continues to condense from 15 blocks to 12 blocks to now, about 10 blocks. but the search for the killers here continue to expand. and the fbi says someone, someone knows who did this. they ask people to think. somebody talk about targeting the boston marathon? did they hear explosions in a rural area? did they see anyone carrying a heavy black or dark colored backpack? >> we can asking anyone who may have heard someone speak about the
the sidelines. among those who lost their life a 29-year-old woman. crystal campbell was there to cheer on a frfnltd when they went to the hospital they were mistakenly told their daughter had survived. now back to you. >> all right. we were treat -- tweeting all the deadly details. you can find it anytime at abc2 under score alerts. >>> erica brannic is a teacher here in towson. she is still in the icu in boston. she's on the right, her mom's on the left. her sis they are nicole and brother-in-law were both injured as well. we reached out to trinity children's center. they said we do understand she is stable but not able to be contacted at this time. our community will pass along appropriate updates. please pray for erica and her family. >>> we had nearly 450 runners boston. they began to trickle back home. the runners, weary from the race and the emotional toll, flew into bwi. an er doctor had just finished his 13th boston marathon when the marathon went off. >> i would say sadly i'm -- i always had a feeling it wasn't a matter of if it would happen but more than when. it's a large ev
varias noches. >>> la segunda vÍctima reconocida crisrec n reconocida kristen campbell. >>> que roba la calma a la poblaciÓn y la hace vulnerable. >>> mucho caos, mucha gente, mucha conmociÓn, mucho personal mÉdico, de seguridad, eso mÁs que todo y la gente corrÍa para todos lados. >>> en medio de tanto dolor el doctor dijo estar sorprendido por la fortaleza y el valor de sus pacientes. >>> sin duda alguna una fortaleza que serÁ ejemplo para la naciÓn que ha sido golpeada con hechos como este, marÍa celeste. >>> los mÉdicos que atienden a los heridos dicen que algunos pacientes han tenido que sacarle hasta 40 objetos metÁlicos desde balÍnes hasta clavos, objetos que son entregados como evidencia al fbi y los investigadores. >>> marÍa celeste, las explosiones que ocurrieron ayer por la tarde reabren la herida del terrorismo ademÁs a nivel nacional, new york una de las ciudades que mÁs incrementÓ las medida de seguridad, isolda esÁa allÁ. >>> muy buenas tardes, new york que estÁ ventosa y tambiÉn que ha amanecido como una fortaleza en el dÍa de hoy res guardada por los
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